The Depth of ‘Learning Loss’: How Bad Is It Across Subjects?

An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Asked K-12 Officials to Rate the Severity of Setbacks in Their School Systems in Math, ELA, and Other Subjects

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School districts across the country have been wrestling with pervasive “learning loss” since the pandemic, and they’ve spent heavily on classroom strategies — from online tutoring to in-person interventions to summer school — to try to set things right.

But nearly four years after the pandemic forced schools to shut down, how severe a problem do…

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